Create threads on message boards to get people thinking of things to do when they're bored.
Try to smell the blueness of the sky.
Announce to your friends that you're pregnant, seriously, even though you are a man, tell them you will be on TV's <choose apt TV show
> next month on hermaphrodites.
Invent numerous false histories of yourself then pass them off to people you meet... ("I used to be a taxi driver in new york" etc...) My dad does this on public transport: he'll get talking to some old woman who will no-doubt be itching to tell him about her lumbago/hernia/bowels. First off he gives his age as 89 (he's actually 69) and they'll tell him how good he looks for his age. Then he'll go on to explain how aloe vera and homeopathy have kept him so healthy and young looking. Then he tells them about his previous 2 wives dying very soon after getting married, the first from eating poisonous mushrooms, the second from a fall down the stairs (punch line: "It was her own fault, she wouldn't eat her mushrooms!" - though by this time they've suspended all disbelief and completely miss the joke). Occasionally he'll bump into one for a second time and they'll gladly tell him how, since they followed his advice and now take a daily dose of homeopthic remedy X, they no longer suffer with their lumbago/hernia/bowels. He says it makes the bus journey fun and quite often lights up someone's day who was previously weighed down by their own misfortunes. And of course, a placebo cure is as good as any other.
My favourite thing I do when I'm bored at the moment: pretend I'm working but really be browsing venganza forums
answering questions on what to do when I'm bored.